Ubisoft Announces Delays for Ghost Recon, Driver

Ubisoft just announced some horrible news for anyone waiting for a new shooter and racing game from the company. Even…

Ubisoft just announced some horrible news for anyone waiting for a new shooter and racing game from the company. Even though both games had already been delayed into 2011, Ubisoft has announced today that both games, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Driver: San Francisco, have now been pushed into the 2011-2012 time frame. What that means is that the earliest we will see both these games is April 2011. Looks like that beta access we got with Splinter Cell: Conviction is gonna have to wait just a little longer.

[Joystiq]

Chris Guzman

An avid gamer since birth, I consider myself a new-age gamer. My first system was the N64, but the first system I really cared about was my Xbox Original. I'm a computer science major in college, and spend all my money on games, and stuff I don't need. I've never played Zelda or many Mario games in my youth. I'm also a huge sports fan, and a chick flick lover. My favorite games include Gears of War, Halo, Fallout, GTA, Mass Effect, and Metal Gear Solid.

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